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Discover a playful new take on Middle Eastern cuisine with more than 100 fresh, flavorful recipes. 
 
“Finally! Eden Grinshpan is letting us in on her secrets of her healthful and deliriously delicious cooking. Giant flavors, pops of color everywhere and dishes you’ll crave forever. It’s the Eden way!”—Bobby Flay

NAMED ONE OF THE BEST COOKBOOKS OF THE YEAR BY DELISH AND LIBRARY JOURNAL

Eden Grinshpan’s accessible cooking is full of bright tastes and textures that reflect her Israeli heritage and laid-back but thoughtful style. In  Eating Out Loud, Eden introduces readers to a whirlwind of exciting flavors, mixing and matching simple, traditional ingredients in new ways: roasted whole heads of broccoli topped with herbaceous yogurt and crunchy, spice-infused dukkah; a toasted pita salad full of juicy summer peaches, tomatoes, and a bevy of fresh herbs; and babka that becomes pull-apart morning buns, layered with chocolate and tahini and sticky with a salted sugar glaze, to name a few.
 
For anyone who loves a big, boisterous spirit both on the plate and around the table,  Eating Out Loud is the perfect guide to the kind of meal—full of family and friends eating with their hands, double-dipping, and letting loose—that you never want to end.

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Eating Out Loud oozes Eden’s culinary perspective and overall hotness. From the Tahini Caesar to Lemony Mejadra with Extra, Extra-Fried Shallots, she brings new life to everyday dinner staples, making them unique to her experience and fresh to our senses.” —Antoni Porowski, bestselling author of Antoni in the Kitchen
 
“Cooking a recipe from  Eating Out Loud is like flooding your kitchen with sunlight! The energy, warmth, and deliciousness this cookbook exudes is infectious and instantly puts me in a good mood. Eden’s food is seductive, unfussy, superfresh, and always flavor forward. Just like her! I’d happily bask in its glow from morning ’til night . . . and sop up every drop!” —Gail Simmons, food expert, TV host, and author of Bringing It Home
 
“This is the cookbook you won’t be able to put down, can cook out of every day, and comes from the heart and soul of the stunningly talented Eden Grinshpan. Deciphering the flavors and techniques of the Levant? Sure. Delicious recipes? Absolutely. And this book does more than that, taking inspiration from Eden’s childhood, where the kitchen was a safe place to express herself and passing that gift on to the readers and home cooks.” —Andrew Zimmern, traveler, chef, writer, and teacher
 
“I have always said that my next culinary adventure would be to dive into the foods of the Middle East. Learning a new cuisine can be intimidating, but what I love about this book is that Eden gives you the basics of typical ingredients, sauces, and flavor combinations to get you started and then turns them on their head to provide her own modern and fresh approach that leaves you wanting to explore every dish in the book.” —Missy Robbins, chef and owner of Lilia Ristorante and Misi; cofounder of Grovehouse

About the Author

Eden Grinshpan is a chef, food personality, and the current host of  Top Chef Canada. After earning her culinary degree at Le Cordon Bleu in London, Eden found herself chasing big flavors around the world, cooking in restaurants, and eating her way across Europe, India, Southeast Asia, and of course Israel, from which her family hails. She conceptualized, produced, and hosted  Eden Eats, her first culinary travel show for the Cooking Channel. Her career in television sparked, Eden then went on to host and judge a multitude of television shows, including,  Log On and Eat with Eden Grinshpan and  Chopped Canada. Eden lives in Brooklyn with her husband, Ido, and their daughter, Ayv.

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Introduction

Growing up, I was lucky enough to eat dinner with my family almost every night. 

Our ritual of sitting together never felt forced, and it was never just about sharing a meal. Everything happened at the dinner table—singing, laughing, crying, screaming, dancing—we’re talking complete meshugas (“crazy” in Yiddish). It was a place for me and my two sisters to share our stories and to perform, whether it was impromptu Disney sing-alongs or crazy interpretive dance numbers. The three of us pushed one another to be as loud, obnoxious, and over-the-top as possible, and the kitchen table was our safe place to express ourselves.

And, of course, there was the food. In addition to being a total saint who put up with our constant nagging ( What’s for dinnerrr??), my mom had a handful of dishes that she did really well, like lemon-olive roast chicken or silky vegetable soups—whole foods cooked simply. (Just reading that sentence probably made her smile—Hi, Mom!) Then there were the nights when my dad would pick up something really special on his way home. We lived in Toronto, one of the most multicultural cities in the world, and we had the food to prove it. My dad loved introducing us to different flavors and delicacies from around the world, bringing home things like traditional Persian flatbreads, Turkish delight, and tongue sandwiches that most families I knew weren’t sampling in their kitchens. For me, eating these foods and experiencing all the diverse spices and ingredients that we’d be lucky to find in a run-of-the-mill grocery store (at least in 1990s Toronto) became a mission. So when I graduated from high school, I enrolled in Le Cordon Bleu in London.

It was a plan that sounded great in theory—it would be a way to learn some real skills, especially since no one I knew was looking to hire a professional lip-syncer, and I would get to cook while eating my way across Europe. But even though I fell madly in love with cooking, and at eighteen had no idea what else I was cut out to do, I knew that standing still in one place, working the same station at the same restaurant day in and day out, was not an option. All I wanted was to see the world, to chase all the flavors that my dad had introduced me to. And I wanted to share those stories! I knew firsthand how personal and connecting a meal could be, and I wanted to somehow re-create that with as many people as possible. I was always that girl getting all up in friends’ faces about trying new foods (“You HAVE to try this!”), and I got such a high off being the person who introduced them to the best babka/baba ghanoush/Bolognese.

When I called my parents to tell them that I was going to spend the next year traveling instead of getting a “real” job, I thought they’d freak out. They didn’t. Actually, the opposite. They encouraged me to go— just like they encouraged me to go to culinary school in the first place—and suggested that I bring along a camera to film the experience. (Are they not seriously the coolest?) Fast-forward two and a half years, and I had cooked, eaten, and lived in India, Southeast Asia, and Israel, soaking up every last aromatic rice dish, spicy braised stew, vibrant vegetable curry, dumplings, noodles, and pita everything. I volunteered with local organizations, tapped in to communities and their unique stories, and learned about the food cultures that tied it all together. It turned out my  parents were right about what a smart move this was for me, and about filming it—I transformed that footage into a reel and ended up with dream jobs hosting shows like Eden Eats and Log On & Eat with Eden Grinshpan for Cooking Channel, and Top Chef Canada. And all that cooking experience made it possible for me to eventually open my very own restaurant, DEZ, in New York City.

But it was the last stop on my whirlwind Eat, Pray, Love tour that totally changed my life.

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Terri Hall
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Super Happy with Eden''s Eating Out Loud Cookbook!
Reviewed in the United States on September 11, 2020
I''d been hoping to find a clear path to learning how to cook Middle Eastern dishes and wanted to learn about and understand how to use some new spices. Eden''s Eating Out Loud has perfectly hit the mark. Her opening sections on "Your New Middle Eastern Pantry" and "The... See more
I''d been hoping to find a clear path to learning how to cook Middle Eastern dishes and wanted to learn about and understand how to use some new spices. Eden''s Eating Out Loud has perfectly hit the mark. Her opening sections on "Your New Middle Eastern Pantry" and "The Essentials - Sauces and Dips" got me off on a solid footing. And now I''m having great success working my way through her delicious recipes. In my first week, I''ve made six dishes and every one has been serious, healthy deliciousness. I especially love her "work arounds" for when you don''t have all of the exact ingredients or correct cooking pieces on hand.

Eating Out Loud is chock full of gorgeous inspiring photographs, and Eden''s charming personality is clearly evident throughout. Okay, yes, I''ve been a fangirl for a while now... but even if weren''t - I am Super Happy with this cookbook! I''ve already learned so much, I''m eating healthier and I''m once again having great fun playing in the kitchen!
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Megan
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Lives up to the hype - fantastic cookbook!
Reviewed in the United States on September 20, 2020
I’ll be honest, I bought this book because a lot of people I follow on Instagram were raving about how good it is. Even though I collect cookbooks, I’m very choosy about what I buy and I wasn’t sure it would live up to the hype. Oh how wrong I was! This is an absolutely... See more
I’ll be honest, I bought this book because a lot of people I follow on Instagram were raving about how good it is. Even though I collect cookbooks, I’m very choosy about what I buy and I wasn’t sure it would live up to the hype. Oh how wrong I was! This is an absolutely fabulous cookbook - interesting flavors & textures put together in a beautiful & delicious way. It’s honestly worth the price of the cookbook for the Salted Halvah Chocolate Chip Cookies recipe alone! I want to make everything in this book (very very rare I say that) and I can see making dishes from it for years to come.
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Brent Marks
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The best cookbook I own!
Reviewed in the United States on September 30, 2020
I was lured in to buy this book while reading ''The Week''.; they had an article for a burger that made me start salivating. Full disclosure, I''m a food addict and seriously look for meals to cook in my firehouse. I''ve only cooked two meals thus far out of this cookbook but... See more
I was lured in to buy this book while reading ''The Week''.; they had an article for a burger that made me start salivating. Full disclosure, I''m a food addict and seriously look for meals to cook in my firehouse. I''ve only cooked two meals thus far out of this cookbook but they''ve both been spectacular. Tonights burger was literally the best burger that I''ve ever eaten, and I made it. My wife, who grew up in Pennsylvania and is of Lebanese descent, told me that it reminded her of her childhood. Nothing but good things here and I just can''t wait to eat more of these delicious meals. Buy this. Share this. Love this.
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Jem'ma
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Underwhelmed
Reviewed in the United States on February 11, 2021
I was super excited for this book and upon flipping through the pages the recipes sounded interesting and the pictures are gorgeous. Unfortunately the 4 things I''ve made so far have been underwhelming. Some of the individual recipe steps are a bit long and should be broken... See more
I was super excited for this book and upon flipping through the pages the recipes sounded interesting and the pictures are gorgeous. Unfortunately the 4 things I''ve made so far have been underwhelming. Some of the individual recipe steps are a bit long and should be broken into multiple steps for ease of reading. I was also thoroughly grossed out when she said to bring your dough into the bathroom as you shower to "bloom". I plan on making the chicken schnitzel sandwich and a few other recipes this week, will update review if any of them are anything more than average. Overall I would say this is a cookbook for those that are comfortable in the kitchen and take inspiration from recipes instead of following them exactly because they''re just not that great as written.

Edit: Keeping my review at a 3 but really I think it''s at more of a 2.5 if recipes are followed exactly. If you want a cookbook with delicious middle eastern recipes I''d point you towards any of Ottolenghi''s books. I will say the harissa honey that goes on the chicken schnitzel sandwich is delicious and I''ll definitely be remaking the recipe but with my own twist sometime soon. Also the honey vinegar beets are pretty tasty as well. The nan e barbari was far too sweet and seemed more like focaccia but that could be a difference in measuring techniques since the recipe is given in volume instead of mass. Skip the chicken soup entirely.
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Megan B.
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Love this cookbook
Reviewed in the United States on September 10, 2020
Love Eden and I love this cookbook! Have already made 3 or 4 recipes since having the book a week! The pictures are so vibrant and so is the food when you make it. Both the beet salad on pg118 and the vinegar and honey roasted beets w/ labneh on pg110 are amazing. The... See more
Love Eden and I love this cookbook! Have already made 3 or 4 recipes since having the book a week! The pictures are so vibrant and so is the food when you make it. Both the beet salad on pg118 and the vinegar and honey roasted beets w/ labneh on pg110 are amazing. The recipes are easy to follow and don’t require nearly as many random ingredients you’ll never use again as other cookbooks I’ve used. Can’t wait to make more recipes from this cookbook.
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S. C. POLLOCK
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What a fun and delicious book!
Reviewed in the United States on September 10, 2020
I have been so looking forward to Eden''s book coming out because I have been following her for years and love the flavors and practicality of her recipes. The book uses middle eastern flavors and recipes are definitely approachable for the home cook. I love the way Eden... See more
I have been so looking forward to Eden''s book coming out because I have been following her for years and love the flavors and practicality of her recipes. The book uses middle eastern flavors and recipes are definitely approachable for the home cook. I love the way Eden gives practical advice about some new flavors to add to our pantry. I have been inspired by her in the past and have been cooking up a storm using her new book and some new spices I picked up to accompany!
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Olivia Friend
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LOVE! So glad I preordered this cookbook - its even better than I expected!
Reviewed in the United States on September 11, 2020
Love this cookbook! The prose by Eden is charming and approachable and the photography is gorgeous! All of the recipes (that I''ve tried so far!) are wonderfully delicious, fresh, and flavorful! The recipes remind me of my time spent in the Middle East and mediterranean as... See more
Love this cookbook! The prose by Eden is charming and approachable and the photography is gorgeous! All of the recipes (that I''ve tried so far!) are wonderfully delicious, fresh, and flavorful! The recipes remind me of my time spent in the Middle East and mediterranean as they are wonderfully authentic (without requiring difficult to acquire ingredients) and there are tons of new flavors and recipes that I hadn''t tried yet. Planning to cook EVERY SINGLE ONE of the recipes asap.
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Mr. Z
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vibrant, creative, fun
Reviewed in the United States on September 10, 2020
Fresh, vibrant recipes that I''m very much looking forward to re-creating. It''s a fun cookbook that I''ve enjoyed so far. Also, incredible photography. The book is gorgeous too. Buy it its a great one for the house.
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Alex
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Perfect
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on November 12, 2020
Excellent book all easy recipes and delicious best to also follow the chef on Instagram @edeneats where she shows her recipes also
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Miss F.
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Worthy addition to huge collection
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on June 28, 2021
I have many dozens of similar theme cookbooks and this one stands out. Loads of good easy tasty recipes
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Liza
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Best thing you''ll get in 2020
Reviewed in Canada on September 12, 2020
This book is exceptional! Its beautiful and I want to make every recipe. So far I have made the carrot salad and the harissa and roasted tomato soup and they have both been insanely delicious. Tomorrow I am making the classics shakshuka for breakfast and the cauliflower and...See more
This book is exceptional! Its beautiful and I want to make every recipe. So far I have made the carrot salad and the harissa and roasted tomato soup and they have both been insanely delicious. Tomorrow I am making the classics shakshuka for breakfast and the cauliflower and the green beans for dinner. Best thing about this recipe book is that Eden uses the same spices over and over again so you dont feel like you''re constantly having to buy new spices only to use 1 tsp and then never touch them again. 10/10 would recommend. Very bold and very unique.
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Fantastic recipes, gorgeous photos
Reviewed in Canada on September 11, 2020
I LOVE Eden Grinshpan and her cookbook is GORGEOUS. It''s hilariously written, I read it in her voice because she obviously wrote it herself. The photography is beautiful and vibrant, her family is adorable, she includes great stories, and the recipes are totally do-able....See more
I LOVE Eden Grinshpan and her cookbook is GORGEOUS. It''s hilariously written, I read it in her voice because she obviously wrote it herself. The photography is beautiful and vibrant, her family is adorable, she includes great stories, and the recipes are totally do-able. We''ve been wanting to try Middle Eastern/ Mediterranean flavours and this is the perfect way to start.
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Lynn Porter
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Fantastic Middle Eastern Cuisine from Eden Grinshpan
Reviewed in Canada on September 17, 2020
I love this cookbook! I have not cooked a lot of Middle Eastern cuisine before (although I love to eat it), but this book makes it very easy. The instructions are clear and straight-forward, the photography is beautiful, and the results delicious. I have made 10 recipes...See more
I love this cookbook! I have not cooked a lot of Middle Eastern cuisine before (although I love to eat it), but this book makes it very easy. The instructions are clear and straight-forward, the photography is beautiful, and the results delicious. I have made 10 recipes from the book to date (I''ve only had it for two weeks) and have the ingredients for two more lined up and ready to go for tomorrow. This is the kind of cookbook that I love -- one that I know I will use again and again.
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